News coming from Redmond,is that Skype on IOS has updated to 6.25.It combines the latest updates from IOS 10 and apparently integrates them into Skype.Unfortunately yours truly does not have an Iphone to test out these features.
Now with Skype integrated into IOS 1o,now with Sirikit,one can now call Kelvin on Skype. If you have his Skype contact information saved in your iOS device, simply say “Call Kelvin Archer.” Siri may ask for you to confirm it has the right contact—one click later and your Skype call is initiated! Sounds exciting . Starting in October, skype will also extend this CallKit functionality to our Skype for Business iOS apps, giving business users the same great calling experience.
We look forward to hearing your opinion!
It seems that Google has kept their Promise of having School textbooks on Google Play.In the Beginning they wer not very Forthcoming with details but hey its Google!!!
Well Boys and Girls its Finally here and just in Time for Fall Semester!!!
I have always had an affinity for E books for their ease of Access and Search Ability.Its a Digital World afterall and it Demands adaptability to technology,which most colleges are slow to adapt.My Question is what Kinds of editions are available and whether they will be adaptable to Current Classes offered in Various Colleges.
A quick Glance in Science+technology shows quite the collection for Java and C++ texts but None that my College uses,but nevertheless Google is not claiming to be School textbook supplier and as such they are Very Good Resources to fill in the gaps that standard text may not Fill.
hmmmm this IO7 upgrade business is gonna play out really nice,in the next couple of days…Some will hate it and some will fall in love with it….I personally don’t really care much for Iphones or apple products.But in all fairness it was time for an upgrade…..Bold moves sometimes are required,you have to be willing to take a chance and leave medicocore ways and Take a leap of faith…its the only way to improve.
- This Is What iOS 7 Looks Like [Gallery] (cultofmac.com)
- iOS 7 animation and transparency and ten new features (product-reviews.net)
- Apple shows off completely redesigned iOS 7 at WWDC, coming this fall (engadget.com)
- Apple’s iOS 7: The iPhone and iPad are changing everything … again (nbcnews.com)
- Apple Reveals iOS 7 (mikecanex.wordpress.com)
- Apple unveils ‘biggest change ever’ to mobile software (itv.com)
My only exposure to the new iOS 7 has been through what was presented on stage and through screenshots. I don’t really have and won’t really have an opinion until I have actually played around with it. However, I have been amazed by the reaction, especially from the design community, the majority of them being critical of the new flat-design that replaces the older, more literal and texture-heavy design of iOS. Intrigued, I asked the question to my Twitter community. Here are some of the responses.
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Control your Android with your eyes!
You Dont need an S4 now with any Front Facing Camera Android Phone,you are set,and its free !!!!
- App Deals Of The Day: Android, iPhone, iPad, Windows Phone – Lifehacker Australia (lifehacker.com.au)
- How to Migrate from Google Reader to Feedly (teksocial.com)
- Feedly (srmckanna.wordpress.com)
- More Than 500,000 Google Reader Users Migrate to Feedly (mashable.com)
- Feedly’s User Base Surges Following Google Reader Shutdown (on.aol.com)
- Transitioning from Google Reader to feedly (feedly.com)
- Feedly has received over 500,000 sign-ups over the last two days (the4cast.com)
- Feedly picks up over 500,000 Google Reader defectors (engadget.com)
- Dump Google Reader for Feedly, All the Cool Kids Are Doing It (geekosystem.com)
- Feedly is Ready to Transition all Google Reader Users (technologytell.com)
- Transitioning From Google Reader To Feedly (futurelawyer.typepad.com)
Courtesy of InfoWorld i found 12 Android apps that would be great for Any IT Administrators, who do Remote Management Support to Cloud based Monitoring and simple tech Support,It must be notes that i have not had a chance to review them,but the look great.For any IT Admins who have used them,feel free to drop a Comment Below.The Applications(apps) include Fing(sounds like Ping),Cura,PC monitor and many more.So click on the link Below and let me know how they turn out.
I was perusing Android Authority and came across a great article that breaks it down, even for the novice Android user or the Expert mode User.Interesting Features Have been added,and yours only cannot wait to get on my Phone.Should be interesting to see how the malware scanner on Play Store plays(no pun intended) out.Hopefully its a smooth experience(buttery).Enough of my banter,click on the link Below….
Wow how interesting,now that’s forward thinking facebook ,with their current Business Model they are Headed for Doom,they have no new Products to Offer!!
- Facebook tests Wi-Fi calling, and voice app in Canada (gigaom.com)
- Facebook begins testing VoIP service in Canada (business.financialpost.com)
- Facebook chooses Canada as test market for new feature to make free phone calls (o.canada.com)
- Facebook adds voice messages to Messenger app, and tests free voice calls in Canada (phonearena.com)
- Facebook Messenger Gains Voice Messaging Feature, VoIP in Canada (besttechie.com)
- Facebook tests free voice calling in Messenger app (theverge.com)
Facebook (s fb) is testing a new calling feature on its Messenger iOS (s aapl) app in Canada that could push more voice communications away from the carriers and help drive adoption of over-the-top VoIP calling apps. The social networking giant will let Canadian users call their friends over a Wi-Fi connection, mimicking similar functionality from VoIP calling apps like GTalk (s goog)or Skype(s msft). It’s part of an update to Messenger that also allows users to record a voice message and send it over — something those of us with fat fingers and complex texts will appreciate.
Users outside of Canada (and those using Android) can receive the Wi-Fi call attempts calls as a push-to-talk messages, and it’s unclear if or when Facebook plans to offer Android users similar Wi-Fi calling functionality. I am not a big Facebook user, but I love VoIP on my handset, and use…
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